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Posted March 14, 2012 by

The Life of a Web Designer

I have worked as a freelance web designer for four years, and have completed design projects for lawyers, medical professionals, entrepreneurs, and professionals in a variety of other industries.

My role is to provide web design services on an as-needed basis. I spend about 50 percent of my time working on design projects, and the other 50 percent marketing my services, managing my portfolio, and taking care of administrative tasks such as accounting and invoicing. (more…)

Posted October 13, 2006 by

Entry-Level Web Design Job

Employment opportunities in entry-level web design do not require a lot of design experience, per se, but they do require a lot of inherent creativity. While you don’t need to have to have the design experience on paper a certain amount of computer experience is essential. If you have the computer savvy and the creative know-how, than an entry-level job in web design is beckoning you.
For an entry-level employee the salary is nothing to frown on. The monetary benefits stand to increase, especially as many companies and individuals are embracing cyberspace for a lot of their advertising needs. They need you to organize their site in a way that will make Internet surfers want to spend the time browsing through their web pages. That is the job of the web designer.
Your talents are needed and will be put to good use. So have fun, learn new things and find that entry-level web design job!!